This is not a crockpot recipe but it is so fast and easy to make, I would recommend it. It's become my favourite. It is vegetarian and gluten free. It is called Autumn Sweet Potato (ie yams) Soup theshiksa.com/2012/09/27/autumn-swee t- potato-soup-2/ I blend it a little bit so it is slightly chunky and thick.
I'm not sure if you'll consider this too Chili-like, but it tastes pretty different because of the fish. I also have a very delicious GF Ghanaian Peanut Chicken recipe here (http://wp.me/p1TzRU-Y) and you can substitute any other kind of meat - it is great with beef chunks. It is very rich and gravy-like. I hope this helps, Cuban Black Beans is one of my all time favorites. :-)
Cuban black beans are a great alternative to Mexican or American black beans. Prepared with cod, it is a satisfying and nutritious meal.
1 Lb. dry black beans 3 cups broth (I prefer Maggi “Tu Sabor Latino! Chicken Bouillon” or “Knorr Caldo con Sabor de Tomate Y Chipotle Bouillon.”) 1 14.5-oz. can diced tomatoes w/ green chiles 1 4-oz. can diced green chiles 1 green bell pepper, diced, or cut into narrow strips 1 8-oz. cod steak, cut into 1 inch cubes (optional – this is a very “fishy” fish) 1 cup minced yellow onion 4 cloves minced garlic 2 Tablespoons red-wine vinegar 1 teaspoon dried oregano 2 teaspoons dried thyme 2 Tablespoons ground cumin 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper salt & pepper to taste
Rinse beans and remove any small stones and debris. Place beans in slow cooker (6 quart or larger) and add enough water to cover by 4-5 inches. Bring to a boil and cook 20 minutes. Drain water. Add remaining ingredients, mix well, cover and cook on low for 8-10 hrs. Season with salt and pepper as needed. Serve with bread or tortillas.
NOTE: If cooking for anyone prone to gas, soak the beans in water overnight or for at least 6 hours! Drain of water, rinse, and prepare as described above.
This recipe can be made vegetarian / vegan by using a different broth and omitting the cod steak.
I found a couple more new ones I'm going to try, on pinterest of all places! BBQ ribs - 2 ingredients (ribs and canned BBQ beans) there are a couple others on this site too: http://dinner-on-a-dime.yumsugar.com/2-Ing redient-Recipes-1075164
Also, something I'd never thought of is making breakfast in it: Egg casserole http://www.schwans.com/products/recipeDeta il.aspx?id=41928&c1=3002 I don't order from schwans, but there was a link to it and I might look around there for more. I think it would be heavenly to wake up to the smell of breakfast in the morning
Definitely will look for more recipes on Sparkrecipes but when I searched for gluten free and slow cooker or crock pot there were no results
Minutes to Prepare: 10 Minutes to Cook: 480 Number of Servings: 10
1 Large Onion, Chopped 1 block tofu, frozen, then thawed (this makes the texture more "meaty"). I used spicy tofu. 28 oz crushed tomatoes 16oz bag frozen corn Save Now 16oz bag frozen lima beans 2 cups veg broth (I just made with veg broth powder) 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper pinch cayenne 1 tsp liquid smoke (could probably use smoked tofu for the smokey flavor, instead) 1/2 tsp Worcestershire 2 tbsp sugar Add a Panini now! Add a tasty Panini from Pillsbury® to this recipe in 20 minutes!
Saute onion in a little cooking spray or olive oil. Add onion to crock pot. Crumble tofu into crock pot. Add all the other ingredients to crock pot, stir together, cook for 8 hours or so on low. Presumably, this could be done on a stove top at a low simmer for an hour or so, but I was messing with a crock pot recipe when I modified the heck out of it into this.
I'm looking for crockpot ideas - Things that I can make 6 quarts of and freeze in single servings and eat for weeks afterwards. It's hard to find gluten free and chicken free though...any ideas for me? Most of what I find takes chicken broth or creamed soups that contain flour. I'm getting bored with vegetable soups and chili...help?
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